Sunday, March 16, 2008

Having a ball

It has been a busy weekend here at the ayatollah compound. Rabbi Jake came to visit, and he brought some of my relatives and followers along with him. The big event -- and the primary reason for his visit -- occurred Saturday night, when Rabbi Jake was the special guest barker at the inaugural Ayatollah Mugsy Scouts Spring Cotillion. It was a splendid evening -- an occasion to honor the girls who sold the most Mugsy Scout cookies throughout the year. They all dressed up in their finest gowns and enjoyed an evening of well-mannered song and dance with their canine escorts. (My little brother, Wendell, was quite a hit, as he dances a mean foxtrot.)

As the festivities began, each Scout was presented with a merit badge, as well as a rawhide necklace to ensure that even the homeliest child had no trouble finding a dance partner.


Anonymous said...

Any chance you could post some pictures ?


Nan and B.A.G.S. the pug said...

I am not a homeliest child!

I am gorgeous.

Btw - you must see my pictures on my blog. hee.

Btw - why are you not wearing your green turbin today my husband!?!
BTW part 2 mummy bought 4 boxes from me - a measly FOUR.

Ayatollah Mugsy said...

Sorry, Z, I am holding out for the highest tabloid bidder.

Um, Aine, I was obviously not referring to a ravishing pug such as yourself when I mentioned the homely human children. Have you considered enrolling in one of the ministry's self-esteem courses?

I completely forgot about the green turban today. With Dallas' big parade on Saturday, it seemed like the holiday was over. Maybe next year.

Nan and B.A.G.S. the pug said...

OH HUMAN children... I was thinking if there was a chinese crested dogs at the Scouts Spring Cotillion - well yes - they should definately go to the Ministry's Self Esteem Seminar.

OH well you will put on your "spring" like turbin this weekend won't you my husband? I am sure wendell will be in suitable Easter Parade-ish clothes?

xoxo Aine
PS thanks for the comment. Me IS so beautiful.